Where was the Gladiator Cycle Company originally located?

Where was the Gladiator Cycle Company originally located?

The Gladiator Cycle Company, Clément-Gladiator (from 1896), was a French manufacturer of bicycles, motorcycles and cars based in Le Pré-Saint-Gervais, Seine.

How did Cycles Gladiator wine get its name?

Cycles Gladiator was founded in 2005 with the mission to create high quality, great tasting wines that are accessible to everyone. Inspired by the women’s suffrage movement, we drew our name from the 19th century French bicycle manufacturer, the Gladiator Company, and honor their iconic art on our wine label.

When did Vinot and Deguingand buy Gladiator Cycle Company?

In 1909 Gladiator was bought by Vinot et Deguingand, who transferred production to their factory at Puteaux. The Pré St Gervais works continued to make bicycles. The production of the 1908 12hp model P or PS, was transferred in 1909 to the Vinot Deguingand factory in Puteaux.

Who is the sponsor of Cycles Gladiator 2020?

In 2020, Cycles Gladiator partnered with non-profit Do More Art (DMA) as a sponsor of their Walls for Women project. This public art initiative features the creation of original murals by an all-female team of professional artists to celebrate 100 years of women’s suffrage in the United States.

Who is the winemaker for home Cycles Gladiator?

Adam LaZarre, acclaimed and multiple award-winning winemaker, is at the helm, and has been since our beginning. Having lived in Paso Robles for more than twenty years, Adam is extraordinarily connected to his community and the winegrowers in the area.

How old do you have to be to drink Cycles Gladiator wine?

Cycles Gladiator wines continue to benefit from these longstanding viticultural relationships, providing us with access to standout fruit every year. Explore our collection of award-winning California wines. Are You Over 21? By selecting yes, you are confirming that you are of legal drinking age in your country.